|Man Eaters Of Kumaon - Corbett,Jim.|
Keywords: THE ARTS
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|The Man-eating Leopard of Rudraprayag (1947) - Corbett, Jim|
The Man-eating Leopard of Rudraprayag was a male man-eating leopard, claimed to have killed over 125 people. It was eventually killed by famed big cat hunter and author Jim Corbett. Most of Jim Corbett's books contain collections of stories that recount adventures tracking and shooting man-eaters in the Indian Himalaya. This volume, however, consists of a single story, often considered the most exciting of all Corbett's jungle tales...
Keywords: Jungle Book; Man eater Book; The Man-eating Leopard of Rudraprayag; THE ARTS
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|My India (1952) - Corbett, Jim|
Jim Corbett's classic stories of man-eaters have made him a legend in India. This colorfully-written collection contains classic tales about the human beings who lived in the poignant rural world of the Indian foothills. Corbett, here, displays great sympathy and concern for these people through his sharp observations of their village life, traditions, and culture. Engaging the reader with great force, these stories will serve as an indispensable supplement for anyone who has enjoyed Corbett's n...
Keywords: Jim Corbett; Jungle Book; My India; THE ARTS
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|The Temple Tiger and more Man-Eaters of Kumaon (1954) - Corbett, Jim|
This is the Jim Corbett's fifth book and third and last about man-eaters. The book contain five stories--- the first one about ''The Temple Tiger'' and last one ''The Talla Des man-eater''. The temple tiger's story is unique in the sense that that tiger (not a man-eater) was never shot by Jim Corbett despite his best attempts. And the story of Talla Des man-eater is also fascinating and different among all Jim Corbett's other man-eating stories...
Keywords: Jim Corbett; The Temple Tiger and more Man-Eaters of Kumaon; THE ARTS
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|Tree Tops (1955) - Corbett, Jim|
The last book written by the late big-game hunter Jim Corbett tells of his final days living in the Kenyan game reserves. Although containing vivid descriptions of the area's wildlife, Corbett concentrates on the visit of Princess Elizabeth to Tree Tops, where she learned of George VI's death.
Keywords: Tree Tops; Jim Corbett; Wild Life